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Yao Pack error [HELP]


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Hello! I am having a problem since the newest update of the Yao Pack's pack (5 days ago [today is the October 25th at 00:37]), the 3.1.10 version. I play with 3 friends, one of us can still go in and play, the other one and me, cannot. We all have different computers. I am using a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (192-bit) and my other friend (which game's doesn't work) is using a Raedon(TM) RX 460 Graphics.
I have my RAM up to use 8GB and so is he. I have tried 12GB. I have deleted everything between the ''[ ]'' after ''resourcepack:'' in the options.txt file inside the yaopack folder. I have downloaded the latest version of java, and I have downloaded and dropped the ''legacyjavafixer-1.0'' java file into my mods folder into the modpack (Yaopack) folder.
I also have contacted the mod author, he said, and I quote: ''I'm trying to figure out what might be causing the problem'' last monday, ever since, he hasn't been answering; I am reaching out to the community, please help. We had a beautiful world and we want to keep playing in it. Thank you!

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13 hours ago, Duda Walker said:

Hello! I am having a problem since the newest update of the Yao Pack's pack (5 days ago [today is the October 25th at 00:37]), the 3.1.10 version. I play with 3 friends, one of us can still go in and play, the other one and me, cannot. We all have different computers. I am using a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (192-bit) and my other friend (which game's doesn't work) is using a Raedon(TM) RX 460 Graphics.
I have my RAM up to use 8GB and so is he. I have tried 12GB. I have deleted everything between the ''[ ]'' after ''resourcepack:'' in the options.txt file inside the yaopack folder. I have downloaded the latest version of java, and

 


 

"I have downloaded and dropped the ''legacyjavafixer-1.0'' java file into my mods folder into the modpack (Yaopack) folder."

This made it worse, as legacyjavafixer only has to do with pre-1.7.10 forge builds and is included by default starting with Build 1345 (recommended/latest Forge for 1.12.2) is 2768/2847.

You see that screenshot that has a clickable link for the crashreport? Why not include that?

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7 hours ago, JaariAtmc said:

"I have downloaded and dropped the ''legacyjavafixer-1.0'' java file into my mods folder into the modpack (Yaopack) folder."

This made it worse, as legacyjavafixer only has to do with pre-1.7.10 forge builds and is included by default starting with Build 1345 (recommended/latest Forge for 1.12.2) is 2768/2847.

You see that screenshot that has a clickable link for the crashreport? Why not include that?

https://paste.dimdev.org/abiludotow.mccrash

There it is.

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